Starving and Censored, Guiyang Resident in China’s Lockdowns Asks World for Attention and Help

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Residents of China’s largest residential complex gathered on the day of the Mid-Autumn Festival to protest food shortages due to the communist regime’s stringent lockdown measures. Local authorities sent in hundreds of police to silence the gathering residents.

China’s southwestern Guizhou province imposed stringent closure measures in its capital city amid the latest COVID-19 flare-up since Sept. 2, shutting businesses and confining people to within their residences.

Huaguoyuan community, located in downtown Nanming District of Guiyang city, has been under “whole-region static management,” a lockdown term recently invented by the communist regime.

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